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happens, i don't know if you can say you are 100% prepared. what we hope is that with the training we give our officers, that that training kicks in. there was constant communication. there was good communication in terms of tactical tactics used by the officers. we were able to work, in my opinion, very well with the different agencies that were also on site. >> christa: and police say numerous weapons were found at the s now checking out the shooter's vehicle as well. also today: 43 days and counting until election day. and the stage is set for the first presidential debate tonight. a monday night matchup in new york. a live look inside hofstra university in hempstead. you see the stage is definitely all there with the finishing touches on it. donald trump and hillary clinton about to go head-to-head in this first presidential debate. there has been talk of a super bowl type atmosphere for this
>> kris: super bowl-type viewing audience. a lot of people expected to tune in. it is the first of three times the candidates will square off. right now the race is essentially dead even. the latest "boston herald" franklin pierce university poll, there is the numbers on the screen. hillary clinton leading trump by two points. a statistical tie when you factor in the margin of error. hillary clinton is at 45% while donald trump is at 43%. dan hausle is in new york with more on what could be a critical night in the race for the white house. meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu before heading home for debate preps near her chappaqua home. donald trump doing his own prep after he met with netanyahu himself earlier in the day. clinton has stirred things up for the debate by invying trump critic mark cuban to sit in the front row prompting trump to tweet saturday that he might ask gennifer flowers
affair with bill clinton. >> we have not invited her formly. we don't her... expect her to be there as a guest of the trump campaign. . >> no. i think mark cuban is one of the business leaders who is never involved in partisan politics. he has endorsed hillary. he thinks she will do better for the economy. >> reporter: both campaigns say candidates will focus on the issues. >> hillary clinton apparently thinks this is an episode of shark tank. this is america. it is serious b >> reporter: most agree the debate could be a game-changer. the polls are neck and neck. >> you can't win an election in a debate. you can certainly lose one. >> reporter: with the two most unlike presidential candidates in history. both will be challenged to show the public a side they may not have seen yet. >> she has to show people her heart, her humor. >> if donald trump presents himself as a calm,
throw hillary clinton off her game more than anything else. >> reporter: the debate will feature six questions or topics with two-minute answers from each candidate, followed by a ten-minute conversation. the moderator trying to move things along and make sure no one dominates the conversation. we are on long island, dan hausle, 77 news. >> kris: don't forget, catch the first presidential debate right here on 7-nbc. right at 9:00. after a brand new episode of we will have a wrap-up for you on 7 news at 11:00. dan hausle and andy hiller will have you covered at 11:00 and all day long starting this afternoon with 7 news first at 4:00. new at noon now, sentencing day for a man convicted of killing an army veteran in boston. peter castillo was found guilty of first-degree murder last week. this, after prosecutors say he shot and killed a 22-year-old stephen perez in the theater district back in 2012. steve cooper is live now in boston with the very latest.
>> reporter: that sentencing you are talking about was a forgone conclusion here this morning. life without the pa... possibility of parole. a mandatory sen fence here on a first-degree murder conviction. there were emotional victim impact statements before that happened. >> sad. all of sit just sad. >> reporter: sentencing day after a convicted killer was found guilty last week of shooting a decorated u.s. army veteran to death during an altercation theater district back in 2012. castillo was cap which you wered in the dominican republic three years later. it took the jury 90 minutes to return the verdict. perez's girlfriend delivering an emotional victim impact statement. >> every song,... it is impossible to relay to the court the amazing character of
>> reporter: perez declined to apoll jiltz before being sentenced by the judge to the mandatory life in prison without the possibility of parole. >> it is the introduction of a handgun which turns what would have been a really unpleasant experience to a tragedy. >> reporter: castillo's family left court without comment. perez's relatives wanted to remember a young man who fought for his country f and died after a senseless >> my cousin was my best friend. he was my big brother. so any opportunity i can to talk about him, i will tell everybody how great he was. >> reporter: they plan to appeal that conviction, by the way, which is automatic here in massachusetts when it comes to first-degree murder convictions. live from boston this afternoon, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: 7 news now turning to your forecast. we will take a live look
up after a very cool start to your workweek. here is chris lambert with a look at what's ahead. >> chris: we have some work to do this morning with the sunshine. no question about it. a frosty start in n many of the burbs. 28 in norwood this morning. 32 in bedford. 48 in boston. look at the bounceback. 36 degrees over the last six hours. norwood at 4 right now. 61 in boston. many towns in the mid to upper 6's this afternoon. light on-shore wind. not going to make a huge difference. maybe a cooler along the immediate coastline versus inland. sticking with mostly sunny skies. more clouds working in tonight. you see this band of showers. that is ours for tomorrow morning. wet roads out there for the morning commute. i do expect other than buzzards bay, the cape and the islands, for some drying by tomorrow afternoon, temperatures running into the low to mid-70's. and then after that, that is it in terms of temperatures in the 70's. 6's the rest of the week. low 60's at. that some unsettled weather,
more on the forecast coming up. >> christa: a family in mourning today after a five-year-old boy was hit by a car. and killed right outside of their home. let's go to john cuoco in grafton with an update for us. john? >> reporter: well, christa, this is still an active investigation but today, the graphton school district is concentrating on the children of the town, helping them deal with this loss. >> yeah. it is heartbreaking for a little boy to get >> reporter: tragedy in the town of grafton on sunday. a five-year-old boy hit and killed by a car outside of his house on samuel drive. according to the worcester telegram and gazette, the young boy was a kindergartner at one of the elementary schools. the telegram and gazette says grief counselor lors will be on hand at that school and one other where the boy's older siblings go. the accident happened around 4:00 on sunday afternoon. fast minivan was towed from the scene as detectives investigated. the worcester county d.a.'s office says state police are
but this appears to be a terrible accident. and not a crime. >> when i came back to the neighborhood, i knew it was unusual to see so many police and fire and another neighbor said a child was run over. that is all i know really. it is heartbreaking for the family and everyone. >> reporter: a catholic priest privacy. >> little kids will do what they do. it was an accident. you know, as i assume. my heart is broken for those people. >> reporter: the superintendent confirming that information about the schools. the d.a.'s office still not releasing the name of the boy or the driver. we are live in grafton, john cuoco, 7 news. >> kris: a fitchburg woman is dead after her home went up in flames.
morning. multiple crews responded to help put out the flames. there is still no word yet on the cause. busy morning for fitchburg firefighters as well. they put out another blaze at a vacant school. this one started at the old vf brown school on academy street around 4:00 a.m. the school had been canceled at the nearby middle school because of the smoke. there is no word on the cause of that fire either. no one was hurt. police are looking for a suspect in an early-morning stabbing that happened in dorchester. according to e.m.s., the stabbinpp this morning. crews say the female victim is being treated at a boston hospital. no word yet on her condition. >> christa: a missing boater found off of martha's vineyard. nathan carman and his mother disappeared 7 days ago after leaving for a fishing trip in rhode island. right now, crews are still searching for his mother. and their boat. >> we are ecstatic.
a difference. we are hoping that this will continue working. we will keep praying and keep putting our positive energy together. and hopefully, linda will make her way back really soon. >> christa: officials are still investigating why the two disappeared. we have more breaking news. big contract extension for boston bruins star brad marchand. the contract is for $49 million over eight years. is dominating for team canada at the hockey world cup. the bruins' first preseason game tonight against columbus blue jackets. >> kris: covering more news today: the golf world mourning the loss of a legend. arnold palmer has passed away at the age of 87. he is ranked among the most important figures in golfing history. his aggressive go for broke style is credited with bringing a whole new legion of
the son of a greenskeeper turned head golf professional in pennsylvania. his hollywood good looks and powerful yet unorthodox swing made him a golf superstar. fans crowded the fareways in droves and came to be known as arnie's army. many who couldn't watch him on the course in person, did so in their living rooms in the 50's and 60's. palmer's popularity grew and companies wanted arnie pitching their products. >> arnie, they said, the track or the will like it. same pennzoil. new package. >> reporter: nicknamed the king. he became famous for his strength in shot-making. he loved to take chances on the course. saying "you must play boldly to win." and win, he did. 7 majors and 95 professional victories including the champions tour. a venture he helped to jump-start in 1980. palmer stopped playing in champions tour in 2006 but remained a vital part of the
and clothing lines. he designed more than 200 courses across the world. in 20 12, he was awarred the congressional gold medal, recognizing his contributions as a golfer and felon tlo pis. >> i thank god for the game of golf and what it has meant to me. >> reporter: arnold palmer will be remembered as one of the greatest players to ever pick up a club. a blue-collar guy from a small steel town who transcended his sport. becoming a hero to so many in. >> a big loss. another legend reacting to palmer's death on twitter. golfer tiger woods tweeting, "thanks, arnold, for your friendship, counsel and a lot of laughs. your philanthropy and humility are part of your legend. it is hard to imagine golf without you or anyone more
an all-star baseball pitcher today. jose fernandez died on sunday in a boeing crash down in florida. the 24-year-old and two other men died when the boat hit rocks at full speed. and then flipped over. this was early on sunday morning. fernandez had defected from cuba when he was 15 years old. he was an all-star for the miami marlins. two-time. officials say this is a tragedy for the entire area. >> i'm sorry i'm getting goose bumps right now. it is really hitting home. it's rr family, for friends, but for the marlin community, the state of florida, major league baseball, and anyone who met this gentleman. >> christa: david ortiz also getting emotional before sunday's game against the rays. he faced hernandez in the all-star game in july. he shared his thoughts on twitter sunday writing "i don't have the words to describe the pain i feel for the loss of my friend jose. good-bye, my friend." investigators do not believe
in that crash. >> christa: happening today: now the suspect allegedly behind a deadly shooting at a mall in washington state will face a judge. the 22-year-old is facing first-degree murder charges. officer arrested him saturday night after a 24-hour manhunt. police say he used an assault rifle to shoot and kill five people at a macy's store friday night. right now, investigators are looking for a motive behind the shooting rampage. >> christa: officials are thinking about switching up the grades in both elementary and in high school. so let's go to victoria warren. she is live from boston with more on what they are thinking about here. >> reporter: for years, the move in boston has been to have schools like the one behind me to have them go from kindergarten to eighth grade. now enrollment for 6, 7, and 8th grades, it is down in boston. the superintendent says it might be time to rethink that strategy.
public schools aimed at keeping families in the public school system. >> we are seeing our enrollment in boston public schools severely drop in our middle school grade levels. >> reporter: at an event aimed at getting school employees to volunteer to mentor students, the superintendent tommy chang said he is looking into whether they should drastically change the landscape of the schools. moving away from k-8 and then high school to a model focused on k-6 and then 7th-12. he says a lot of families hit sixth grade and then move to charter schools. >> right now, many of our middle schools and are k-8's do not have the programming our young people need. we want more kids in boston public schools. more academic programming in those grades. >> reporter: about a dozen schools have expressed interest. initially, some people say it is hard to imagine a 7th-grader in with kids who are 17 or 18 years old. >> that is a difficult age. there is so much monitoring that they need. and if they get put in classes
fall through the cracks. >> reporter: others say with the right support, though, more efficiency is a good thing. >> that would be fine. >> we are exploring all options right now. nothing is going to be done this year. >> reporter: and a draft plan that could include these ideas will be unveiled next week. live in boston, vick her to yeah warren, 7 news. >> kris: coming up at noon, a b.u. student is missing in new york. what his friends are d >> christa: crews responding to two small fires outside an elementary school in canton. and now officials say they were intentionally set. >> chris: plenty of sunshine. warming us up nicely all those morning lows which will see
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>> christa: we had a bit of a cloudy and cool start to our day. >> kris: you have been picking on me about my jacket all morning long. >> christa: wasn't going to go there. the man revealed the puffy coat. it is only september. >> kris: the first thing i was able to grab this morning. when i stepped outside, it was cold enough to grab something. that was all that was available. >> christa: it's okay. you spent a lot of years in miami. >> chris: it wasn't that bad. you know, expecting it was manageable. looked good on you. i think a lot of us reaching for the jacket. or at least the heavier sweatshirt this morning. a few of us had to get the ice-scraper. what's up with that, right? a little bit of frost out there. upper 30's, low 40's. beverly, plymouth, lawrence. in boston, 48 degrees. one thing you see a lot of times. either in the spring or fall, these low-humidity air masses
the suburbs. we saw that this morning. paul in pepperell sending an e-mail. yes, a little bit of frost on the windshield. where is the ice scraper? it is that time of year, though. you start digging in for the sweaters and ice-scrapers. trying to find all of. that the coldest morning since may 16. both in boston and out there in worcester. it has been a while since it was this cold. almost as cool yesterday morning. a couple degrees warmer yesterday morning, another thing about the dry air mass, though, you look at the bounce-back. we have gone from 28-64 degrees in norwood in six hours. it does warm up quite nicely. we have a nice afternoon ahead of us. light breezes. the winds aren't as strong as they were yesterday. light breezes and mostly sunny skies. however, off to the west of us. showers across the eastern great lakes. back down into the ohio valley. this band of showers will be with us for the morning commute tomorrow. i do expect a little bit of
this upcoming week. that does feature some showers and drizzle and on-shore flow. a huge change-up in the pattern for us. again, morning showers tomorrow. even in the afternoon. there may be some that hold on tight here. down across buzzards bay, back across the cape and the islands. we will have to wait and see where that line sets up. from boston north and west, we will have a dry afternoon. there is a tropical wave out there in the atlantic. that's basically halfway between the lesser antilles andic high pressure banked to the of us. low pressure loops around the ohio valley and maybe down into the tennessee valley and back toward the mid-atlantic. it is not going anywhere any time soon later on in the week. with that in mind, we have a constant on-shore flow. low-level moisture working in. a round of showers working in. you take a look at the 7-day forecast, yes. we have rain-drop icons on it. doesn't mean it will rain the entire time.
low-level moisture. spotty showers around. occasionally, a heavier burst of rain. 5's for lows. >> kris: still ahead, caught on camera. an iconic tree on the auburn university campus set on fire. it is not the first time that tree has been attacked. >> christa: protests continue in charlotte nearly a week after a controversial police
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>> kris: the curfew has been lifted in charlotte. protests continue there in response to the deadly-involved police shooting that happened in the city. protesters poured out into the streets sunday for a sixth straight night of demonstrations. earlier in the day, the national guard was called to bank of america stadium before the vikings took on the panthers at the game there. officers arrested one man for allegedly having a pistol and loaded magazine in his bag. but sundas did remain peaceful. >> christa: coming up on 7: it is campaign headed back to new hampshire where republican vice presidential nominee mike pence will be during tonight's debate. >> kris: up next, a new public tribute to those who are lost
deadcation for the victims of the boston marathon bombing. a new peace garden is meant to honor fbs all of the victims and survivors, the first responders. each victim has a sperj plaque with their name and a special symbol. boston mayor marty walsh was on hand for the opening as well. >> it is a beautiful, beautiful place to come. and it's being unveiled on a beautiful, beautiful day. and keeping smiles on our faces. >> christa: more than $100,000 was raised by the city of med and the friends of krystle campbell group in order to pay for that. >> it started out as a park bench. with all the donations it grew to a big project. >> christa: i heard about. that even was so generous with their time and talent. >> kris: so much more to come in the next half hour of 7 news. including the red sox.
with his law firm. the first reports of the shooting came around 6:30 this morning. when officers arrived on the scene, that suspect began firing at them. police then returned fire and shot this man. he later died at the scene. >> when something like this happens, i don't know if you can say you are ever 100% prepared. the training kicks in. there was constant communication. there was in terms of tactics used by the officers. we were able to work, in my opinion, very well with the different agencies that were also on site. >> christa: a bomb squad is now checking out that shooter's vehicle. the stage is set for the first presidential debate tonight. a monday night new hampshireup in new york.
university in hempstead, new york. donald trump and hillary clinton will go head-to-head now in their first presidential debate. there is talk of being a super bowl-sized tv audience for this as well. >> kris: yeah. right now the race is essentially a dead heat. the latest "boston herald" franklin pierce university poll shows hillary clinton leading trump by two points. a statistical tie when you factor in the margin of error. vote. donald trump receives 43%. dan hausle in new york and has more now on what could be a critical night in the race for the white house. >> reporter: hillary clinton meeting with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu before heading to her chappaqua home. donald trump did his own prep after he met with netanyahu earlier in the day also. clinton has invited trump critic mark cuban to sit in
saturday that he might ask gennifer flowers who had an affair with bill clinton to attend. >> mr. trump was putting them on notice that we can certainly invipt guest that may get into the head of hillary clinton. but we have not invited her formally and we don't expect her to be there as a guest of the trump campaign. report tt clinton campaign camp denies it is trying to rattle trump. >> mark cuban is a business leader who was never involved in partisan politics. he has encoursed hillary. he thinks she will do better for the economy. >> reporter: both campaigns say the candidates will focus on the issues. >> hillary clinton apparently thinks this is an episode of shark tank. this is america, chris. this is serious business. >> reporter: most agree the debate could be a game-changer. >> you can't win an election in a debate. you can certainly lose one. >> reporter: with the two most unliked presidential candidates in history. both will be challenged to show the public a side they may not have seen yet.
people her heart, her humor,. >> if donald trump presents himself as a calm rationale leader, that will throw hillary clinton off her game more than anything else. >> reporter: the debate will feature six questions or topics with two-minute answers from each candidate followed by a ten-minute conversation. the moderator trying to move things along and make sure no one dominates the conversation. we are on long island, dan hausle, 7 news. >> christa: don't forget, catch the first presidential debate right here on 7-nbc. beginning at 9:00. right after a brand new episode of the voice. and we will have a full wrap-up of the night on 7 news at 11:00. and dan hausle and andy hiller will have you covered at 11:00 all day starting this afternoon with 7 news first at 4:00 as well. >> kris: peter castillo found guilty of first-degree murder last week after prosecutors
22-year-old steven perez in the theater district back in 2012. steve cooper has the very latest. >> it's sad. all of it is just sad. >> reporter: sentencing day for a convicted killer after peter castillo was found guilty last week of shooting 22-year-old stephen perez, jr. to death during an altercation in the theater district back in 2012. castillo was captured in the dominican republic three years later. it took the jury 0 minutes to return v an emotional impact statement. >> every song, strikes my heart and the tears form. i have not yet smiled wholeheartedly since the day he left. it is inpossible to relay to the court the amaying character of this beautiful young man. >> reporter: perez declined to apologize before being sentenced by the judge to the mandatory life in prison without the possibility of
>> it is the introduction of a handgun which turns what would have been a really unpleasant experience to a tragedy. >> reporter: castillo's family left court without comment. perez's relatives wanted to remember a young man who fought for his country and died after a senseless tragedy. >> my cousin was my best friend. he was my big brother. so any opportunity i can to talk about him, i will tell everybody how great he was. >> they will appeal this conviction which is something that happens automatically when it comes to first-degree murder convictions here in massachusetts. in boston, steve cooper, 7 news. >> christa: a mass stabbing happened in boston. a total of 7 people stabbed after a fight broke out in the theater district. this was early sunday morning. all 7 of those victims rushed to the hospital with injuries. emerson college which is in the area alerted students to
>> i got a call at 3:00 in the morning saying there was a stabbing over at tremont street. and that no emerson students were injured but to stay clear of the area. stay where you were if you are in your dorm. that kind of thing. >> christa: police are searching for one suspect. and investigators know who they are looking for. >> kris: a weymouth woman shot by police. investigate wrors say she rep fused to drop a knife she was holding. and now she is also facing charges. here is nancy chen. >> nancy: >> she is on suicide watch. >> nancy: a relative o'. >> a woman shot by police talking off camera. she is emotional and upset as her relative fights for her life. >> she had cuts down her arms. they still shot her. >> nancy: weymouth police got the 911 call sunday morning for a mother asking for help with her suicidal daughter. that woman had a knife and refused to put it down when
officers opened fire. the 46-year-old was shot in the stomach. family members say she is expected to survive. but the tragic scene played out in front of people living in the community and neighbors say they are upset. >> i don't understand. wasn't the policeman in the street? and she was in her apartment. she had a knife. he had a gun. i just don't understand why it couldn't be defused. i'm emotional about it. i don't think she should have gotten shot. >> christa: police in new york are searching for a missing bostun his friends are desperately trying to find him. even handing out flyers in hopes of bringing him home safely. >> he has been sick for three years. he has needed our help a lot. but even when he is sick, i feel like when i have needed help, he is, like, the first person there. >> reporter: sack zachary, a music student at boston university, suffers from bipolar disorder. and is lost in new york. >> he is very overwhelmed by large crowds of people. which is worrisome that he is
show up that day. and then i was sure he was going to show up that night in the mid of night and i was going to get a phone call from the police that i could go see him in the hospital or somewhere. >> reporter: that hasn't happened. he was seen on the east side of manhattan last sunday around 5:00. he was in the city with a friend to pick up his instrument when he took off. >> he said that he needed to get into the hotel room so she could go to the bathroom. th away from the person who was taking care of him. they think they saw somebody matching his description wearing glasses the same color shirt, the same complexion sitting on one of these benches surrounding the lawn. >> this isn't confirmed. because none of us actually saw him. it is really the only lead that we have gotten. >> reporter: his family in indiana has been strapped with medical expense and can't make
we want to find him. >> reporter: now, friends say he has disappeared in the past. he has never been gone quite this long before. and police say he also doesn't have a cell phone or his wallet. >> kris: police are still investigating a deadly house fire that happened in greenfield. it killed four people, including a state police employee. the home is on meridien street. it went up in flamesy saturday morning. one of the victims was a radio technician a five-year-old child was also killed in the fire. >> down the street, we all know each other. every time we pass that house, we will deaf in thely be thinking of them. and there will be a sadness here for a long time. probably we will remember this morning for as long as all of us live here. >> kris: no word on the cause yet. state police said "brian was a member of our state family...
are also part of our family. we are mourning the tragic losses of the family tonight." firefighters were called to two small fires at kennedy elementary school in canton on sunday morning. one fire was contained to this dumpster. the other to a mulched area of the playground. the fires appear to have been is intentionally set. >> christa: well, we now have 4 days until the election. mike pence will be back in new hampshire today. pence will hold a rally in milford ahead of t presidential debate. this will be the indiana governor's second visit to the granite state since accepting the v.p. nomination. also coming up wednesday, bernie sanders will be joining hillary clinton at the university of new hampshire. the two will talk about their views on college costs and student debt. >> kris: still ahead, tom and gisele going on a little road trip with no game to watch and play on sunday. we will tell you where they spent their weekend instead.
>> kris: it warmed up, though. you get the sunshine, makes the cold a little more tolerable. >> chris: the sunshine helps out a lot. it can add 30-35 degrees real quick. while we are in the spirit of the cool wealth and the fall-like feel, we are beginning to pop some color in northern new england. in southern new england, the trees are stressed out thanks to an ongoing drought. some are just shedding the leaves instead of popping out with nice colors here. they have had a little more rain u northern new england: versus southern new england. there may be some hope of decent foliage at times across that area. all right. 48, the low in boston. 28 in norwood. 32 in bedford. christa said a little bit on the chilly side. a lot on the chilly side this morning. in fact, frosty in many towns. we have bounced up quite nicely thanks to sunshine. 64 in wellesley.
county, running to low 60's. you get the point. nicely recovered off the morning lows. a pay of 6's common from taunton to bridgewater. cape and the islands, temperatures in the low 60's. kind of everything even-stephen here in terms of temperatures. huge range in the city of boston to some suburbs this morning. now within a few degrees of each other. there is a front off to the west of us. this is going to work through tomorrow morning. relatively mild air. instead of starting off in the 0's tomorrow morning. many towns start off in the 50's. also have showers working in through the morning hours. some of these showers may linger. the cape and the islands could have some showers into the afternoon. thereafter, the pattern gets stuck. high pressure to the north, an area of low pressure that
at times, these batches of moisture work in with the on-shore flow. once in a while, a few good slugs of rain could come on through. bottom line, beginning on wednesday, and annely thursday, friday, saturday and even into sunday, the opportunity for some scattered showers is there. if not once in a while, some periodic steldier rain. drought, it is extreme. we will take any rain that we can get rain by the time you add everything up. if-from-from this point all the way through the weekend. no rain to talk about, though, for this afternoon. temperatures generally running mid to upper 60's. comfortable day out there. 52-57 tonight. any showers arriving after 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. they will continue through the morning hours. low 70's on average for the afternoon high. the 7 on 7 forecast, bringing you that wet weather. the on-shore wind doesn't warm up. forget the 80's we had last
>> christa: thank you. coming up, dustin's dance moves. dustin pedroia doing everything he can to avoid the tag and score the run against the rays. moving the sox closer to the pam griffin: our daughter courtney got caught in a web of opiate and heroin addiction. doug griffin: our insurance company indicated that courtney's problem wasn't a matter of life
and death - so she wasn't eligible for treatment.
she begged... she begged for help, saying mom - please help me. doug griffin: our family's tragedy could happen to any family... pam griffin: we knew we had to save other families from losing their children. kelly reached out to us. doug griffin: she came to my family to learn more. pam griffin: she listened to what we had to say, who we were - she cared about us... she didn't know us. pam griffin: we talked about the ways to remove the stigma of addiction so parents can get help. comprehensive addiction and recovery act - this act will save kids' lives... ...and enable families to get the help they need. doug griffin: we don't want courtney to be remembered for her substance abuse, but rather for her struggle to achieve recovery. pam griffin: kelly believes recovery is possible. kelly: i'm kelly ayotte and i approved this
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wide margin. finally, the ball slips out of the catcher's glove. pedroia safe. sox win this thriller. -2, the final. the win reduce it is sox' imaginer number to clinch the division down to two. that means boston could clinch the a.l. east as early as tomorrow. when the red sox open the series against the yankees in new york. david price will be on the mound. tom brady didn't have a patriots game to watch yesterday. he and his wife gisele bundchen decided to do little traveling. they took a trip to italy. tmz sports got these pictures of them enjoying dinner on the island of capri. >> chris: i want to know what he ate. avocado ice cream there.
my prescription costs it's more expensive every year. it would be a lot cheaper to buy my medication from canada. kelly ayotte voted to block consumers from buying safe medicines from canada. and voted against lower cost generic drugs. kelly ayotte gets all that money from the big drug industry. hundreds of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions. when you take all that money it just changes you. kelly ayotte's not working for us.
crest a farmer in northwest england wants to make sure his sheep stand out from the crowd. he painted the entire flock orange. there is a serious reason behind this new look. the farmer says there is a problem with people stealing sheep in the area. he is hoping the thieves will think twice now that his sheep are so easy to spot. going to be a lot of orange sweaters maybe. >> christa: yeah, right. i don't know. keeping with the fall theme. i was thinking candy corns. something like that. >> chris: you guys have
candy canes. candyig coming up. right between christmas and halloween around the corner. mid-6's to upper 60's this afternoon. how about some wet weather? you have to find that sweater that you have put away. how to use it the last couple of mornings. rain jacket weather, too. temperatures in the low to mid-6's a lot of these days for highs. 50's for overnight lows. >>
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wearing that kevlar, he'd be dead right now. >> paul: yeah. he was a step ahead. it's too bad he didn't see the joey thing coming. >> marlena: kayla must be out of her mind. i'm surprised that orpheus let her live. >> john: it's all part of the plan, just to terrorize everybody in salem who ever wronged them. >> marlena: what perfect revenge, huh? is killed and then wonder what's gna happen to her son who's been kidnapped. >> paul: what do you think their next move is? >> john: not waiting around to find out. i have come up with a plan to keep this family safe. now ideally, everybody would stay right here until these guys are caught. >> claire: wait, sorry, we can't leave? for how long? >> marlena: are you listening? >> claire: no, we have no power! seriously, if i don't find a place to charge up, i can kiss my music career good-bye. >> john: sweetheart, i love you so much, but if you don't do exactly as i say, you are gonna have to